By giving her show the name of a North American tribe, Nathalie Béasse continues a scenic work which brings together acting and dance, poetry and incongruity, and above all a powerful desire to live together.
Are they a family? Friends? Here they are, men and women, tall and short, young and not so young, behaving sometimes like adults… and sometimes like children. By giving her show the name of the North American tribe of the Omaha, Nathalie Béasse continues with those-going-against-the-wind a scenic work which brings together acting and dance, momentum and imbalance, poetry and incongruity. Her performers are a brotherhood looking for exchange, with its own inner power struggles, urges, desires, exclamations, and failures. Neither the staging of a text nor a theatre of images, this show is a unique world in which emotions rule and objects and human beings, literature and music, delicacy and turmoil all stand on an equal footing. And in which this constant struggle against the elements becomes the expression of a powerful desire to live together, among wonder and folly.
“To awaken all our senses, visual and aural, to find our inner child, to let go and indulge in daydreaming, without looking for the meaning of it all.”
Conception, direction and stage design Nathalie Béasse Music Julien Parsy Lights Natalie Gallard Set construct Stéphane Paillard et Justin Palermo
Sound management Tal Agam and Nicolas Lespagnol-Rizzi Stage management Alexandre Mornet General management Thomas Cayla
Production association le sens Co-production La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand Scène nationale, le Quai CDN Angers Pays-de-la-Loire, Théâtre de Lorient Centre dramatique national, Festival d’Avignon, Le Maillon Théâtre de Strasbourg Scène européenne, Les Quinconces L’Espal Scène nationale Le Mans, La rose des vents Scène nationale Lille Métropole Villeneuve d’Ascq, Le Grand R Scène nationale de La Roche-sur-Yon, Le Théâtre d’Arles Scène conventionnée d’intérêt national art et création nouvelles écritures With the help of Théâtre de Saint-Nazaire Scène nationale et du CNDC Angers With the support of the Spedidam for the 75th edition of the Festival d'Avignon
The company is supported by the Région Pays de la Loire as part of the operation "Les Pays de la Loire en Avignon 2021". The company Nathalie Béasse is supported by the State, the Pays de la Loire Regional Department of Cultural Affairs (DRAC), by the Région Pays de la Loire, by the Department of Maine et Loire and receives support from the City of Angers. Nathalie Béasse is an associate artist of La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand scène nationale.